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my question what is the write way ,
it's kind a weird
it's kind of weird
it's kind weird
the second qusetion is , could any one of you guys put perception and practically in a sentence each ? cause i still don't get the meaning of them
please if there is any grammar and spelling mistake of what i wrote above please let me know and correct me , cause really i wanna understand this languge 100%
thanks in advance
thanks alot man
Politicians should avoid even the perception of dishonesty. (Politicians shouldn't do anything that might make people think, rightly or wrongly, that they are dishonest)
"Practically" has several meanings. Most often it is used to mean "almost."
I was practically finished with my work before John offered to help me.